There are a variety of housing assistance programs available to low- and middle-income households in Montana.
Subsidized housing is available to low-income households, seniors and people with disabilities. Tenants pay no more than 30% of their monthly income toward rent. HUD pays the remaining amount. If you have no income, you pay nothing. Subsidized housing is usually offered via waitlist. Affordable housing is offered at rents below the market rate. Affordable housing can be offered via waitlist or first come, first served. If you get on a waiting list for either type of housing, be sure to notify the list’s administrator if your address changes.
There are also properties and programs set aside for individuals or families experiencing homelessness.